+ Release Notes for TortoiseHg
+This file contains last minute notes to users about the releases, which may not
+be included in the documentation or README files included with the distribution
+kits. It also contains change information, for users who are interested in
+what bugs have been fixed, and what features have been added in the current
+ * Gtools has been integrated into TortoiseHg proper. It is no longer
+ bundled as a Mercurial extension. The graphlog extension is now enabled
+ again by default (only usable from the CLI, however).
+ * Context menu icons, application window icons. The context menu has been
+ * The changelog browser has a number of new features (filters and context
+ menu options). The tag browser and changelog tagging features have been
+ * Hgview is now the default history viewer, hgk is being deprecated.
+ * An email dialog for interfacing with the patchbomb extension. It can be
+ reached from the synchronize dialog and from the changelog browser.
+ * A new configuration tool (replacing hg-config dialogs) that allows you
+ to configure TortoiseHg and Mercurial.
+ * Most dialogs now use HgThread and GtkUI to run hg commands. These
+ classes run the command in a background thread and provide GUI prompts
+ for when user interaction is necessary (http web auth, etc). For some
+ commands, it also provides a progress bar.
+ * A preview of the new Mercurial merge back end. The python hgmerge.py
+ script is being integrated into Mercurial, and this installer has a
+ preview of how that will work. You need to unset any ui.merge in your
+ Mercurial.ini file in order for it to work properly. If you don't
+ configure anything it will use simplemerge to automatically perform
+ merges. If conflicts are found it falls back to kdiff3 to resolve
+ * Slight improvement on speed of overlay icons display.
+ * A new 'about' dialog.
+ * [SF Bug #1851395] Overlay icons and context menus are no longer
+ restricted to MS-Explorer. So other file managers, such as Total
+ Commander, should be supported.
+ * [SF Bug #1844722] Users can now create repositories inside repository